Question about Mitsubishi Pickup
My 2005 warrior won't start and the fault has been diagnosed to the glow plugs - what is the sequence for changing said items?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: changing glow plugs
the turbo air cooler has 3 or 4 bolts that hold it in place & some pipe clips
you will find the glow plugs near the inlet manifold
they one wire to all 4 do one at a time
umdo the nut remove wire undo glow plug then replace the new ones .
if this info no good you can see youre local mechanic this job is not espensive to be done
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
The operatoin of the glow plugs heat up the combuston chamber before turning over the engine. ONce the fuel hits the combustoin chamber , The fuel will ignite.
The diesel engine only runs on air and fuel .
The glow plugs are basically a resistor that heats up the combustion chamber or pre combustion chamber.
So if the glow plugs are getting power now that the relay is change out , Yes the glow plugs have a major roll in starting the engne.
I hope this was helpful
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
16619 -Engine boost condition - Limit not reached. Check intake hoses/ connections for leaks. Check Turbo charger waste gate regulating valve/ waste gate working correctly. Must move freely when accelerating, won't achieve full boost if waste gate sticking open. Check Turbo impeller turning freely, oil feed pipe for turbo can get blocked causing impeller to seize. Engine compact, not easy to access these components.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
Hi my name is Tom and I am here to help you.
If you think of glow plugs as the spark plugs of a diesel engine, the task of replacing them makes more sense. Have you ever changed spark plugs? If so do the same for your diesel car.
Do one cylinder at a time until you have changed all of the plugs. Check your dash to see if they are working. I had a 1980 Chevy with a diesel engine and the change was done in about an hour.
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Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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